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Lopsided U-19 netball victories


Added 14 October 2015


THERE WERE SOME lopsided results as the Barbados Secondary Schools' Netball League Under-19 Competition got underway yesterday at various schools.

Of the seven matches played, five of the teams could not muster ten goals.

As a result, there were big wins for springer Memorial, Alleyne School, The St Michael School and Queen's College.

The match between Combermere School and Coleridge and Parry School was not played owing to the death of a Combermere Student.


The Lester Vaughan School 23, Parkinson Memorial 18

Springer Memorial 50, Deighton Griffith 3

Alleyne School (30) vs St George Secondary 6

Christ Church Foundation School 25, Alexandra School 7

The St Michael School 40, Princess Margaret 4

Queens College 20, Harrison College 7

The Lodge School 36, Graydon Sealy 15

Combermere vs Coleridge Parry postponed (SAT)


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